Father's Day Around The World, and a Giveaway!

June is full of Father's days around the world!   And we are celebrating!

Stay tuned for news about a fantastic PapAmor Giveaway! 

Coming up soon!
First Sunday of June
June 3, 2012
June 2, 2013
June 1, 2014
June 5
Second Sunday of June
June 10, 2012
June 9, 2013
June 8, 2014
Third Sunday of June
June 17, 2012
June 16, 2013
June 15, 2014
June 17
June 21 (first day of summer)
June 23
Source: Wikipedia


CathyG said…
Excited for another comment!

Fatherhood is amazing!
majnoona said…
Hope to win it!
majnoona said…
Hope to win it!
magreen said…
Fatherhood is...a partnership...equally as important as motherhood...but probably not as natural...
B.I.R.T.H. said…
Fatherhood is an adventure, a challenge, a blessing, and a sacrifice.
Selina said…
how many times can i enter with a blog post? i do want to win these dolls! fatherhood is just so sweet!
Fatherhood is what separates the men from the boys. For our family, it is also the definition of this transformation. Before our sons were born, blessed DH was still very much a boy. After 4 years, two breastfed boys one hospital birth and one homebirth, he is flawed and beautiful, learning and calm, and truly the model of fatherhood that I would select for my little men.
Daizee Torres said…
Fatherhood is such a joy for my partner, I love to watch him so in love with his daughters <3
miranda said…
Fatherhood is fun
Carolina said…
Love these papamor dolls and all the mamamor dolls.
Carolina said…
fatherhood is a beautiful challenging bond.
JennH76 said…
Thank you for another AMAZING giveaway! This would be a great doll to share with my family--and my daughter's MamAmor doll!.
Andréa said…
Fatherhood is growing your heart endlessly!
Melissa Schutte said…
A Father's love forever changes the life of a Child. My husband is a wonderful example to our children of how a husband should treat his wife. He spends family time with us even though he works so hard to provide for us. When we were surprised to find out our youngest child was born with Down Syndrome, he was amazing. He didn't leave our side. He is so nurturing and would love to have more children. He is a blessing. He has what fatherhood should be unconditional love.

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